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April 17, 2020. New York. – COVID-19 presents a global challenge for citizens, governments, healthcare professionals, scientists, corporations, and the media.
While the disease creates new challenges, it also highlights long-standing ones in terms of policy, communication, and societal awareness of key issues. And, while COVID-19 dominates our worries, the fact also remains the world keeps turning.
Previous challenges – such as bird flu, swine flu, and Ebola on one hand and 9/11, the 2008 Lehman collapse, and the financial crisis in the EU on the other – showed that most of the numbers presented didn’t entirely reflect reality. Nine out of ten prognoses offered by “experts” over-exaggerated the negative. Therefore, for the current COVID-19 challenge as well as any other future crisis, it might make sense to invest more time and money to that ensure apples are compared to apples at both the subject level as well as when comparing the current situation to events from history. The overall frame for this already exists and is accepted by 193 heads of state in the form of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals with their 169 clear targets.
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These findings are produced in partnership with the Inter-Parliamentary Union, the African Union, the Universities Network, UN Academic Impact, and diverse faith communities as we need better data and reporting on solutions for tackling the pandemic.
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